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CITY AND COUNTY.
Oregon Kidney Cure.
St Sharif sal io mother column.
Sutter and egg (cut In the market
Our lut of tuWcribert U (till incressiug.
Circuit Court three week from Monday.
Common Council meets Monday evening.
Oregon Kidney Te eurei all kidney trouble.
Engine Co. No. 1 meeU next Thursday even
Mr. Oren Moore, we are pleased to state, U
Trysbura ft Belshaw' S cent cigar. They
re the bos.
Lota of Euge people will attend the Me
See Prof. D. W. Coolidge' musical card In
Oregon Kidney Tea Is the beat known rem
edy for kidney trouble.
The tinner have about finished the roof of
the University building.
Titu ft Lambert, the new tinner, make a
pedalty of well driving.
Matonio Hall ha been' painted on the out
4)tde and look aplendiJlv.
For all kind of chojl and blank book, call
t the poitoffie book "tore.
Otburn 4 Belshaw received a fine fireproof
ate last Wednesday morning.
The Goahd doe all kind of Job printing
heaper than Portland prices.
The new belt for E. II. ft L. Co. No. 1
tare arrived. They are nubby.
Several Eaitern Oregon men bought their
Winter ripply of good here thi week.
Mr. Sterling Hill i acting a WH, Fargo
4 Co' agent during Mr. Craw' akseuc.
If yon want a good plate of oysters, Ed J
Baum's ia the place where you cap get it
Mr. Geo. H. Park ha got hi two house
on Eighth treet well mider construction.
Mr. Owen 0burn is chirking at the store of
Osbun ft Belshaw during Mr. Grout Osburn't
Dr. Pilklngton viit,VMenW ,n Eugene
Thuraday and Fridsjr. TlWias qhite a prae-
AbouMortca are already docketed for
the neif . 7m of the StaU Circuit (imrt in
The' t 5ting place In tlie city ia at Ed
IUurdV Oysters, bain and egg, tee and coffee,
Only one marriage license Mice ntir lnt
u-thatof Isaae Dirneill aud Mry H.
Howard, on October 3d '
Notice Mr. A. V. Peters' new advertisement
on the firt page. He it paying the highest
market price for oats and barley, j
The buggy horse of Mr. T. N. Segar took
another pin one day thi week, breaking one
of the ihafta. ft wa wholly the, fault of the
Mr. W. H. Alexander has purchased a lot
of Mr. D. K. Christian, paying I1G0 for the
earn. He intend building a residence on the
property. . ) .
The Guild of St Mary's Episeopal Church
will nt at Mrs. Geo. F. Craw's on Wednes
day at 1 o'clock. All member requested to
One of Mr. John Anderson' twin died
Wednesday morning, and the other one i
quit tick. The family have the sympathies
of their friends.
The KiiMian Finn taken to the asylum last
Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Uuchron, proved
to be a patient that had escaped from that in
titution a few days previous.
The difficulty between Germany and Spain
teem to be on a tUndstill. Nevertheless, Os
burn ft Belshaw are selling the finest five-cent
cigar ever brought to Eugene.
Mr. Frank McMuan received from Cleve
land, Ohio, last Tuesday morning, two pair of
carrier pigeons, one of the Englith specie and
n of the Antwerp. They are certainly fine
The firm of Walton NofMngcr ha been
dissolved. W call attention to W. F. Noff
singet's new card in another column. Mr.
Walton will also continue the legal business at
' Ills old office.
On the largest docks of boot and hoe
ever brought to Eugene has Just arrived at
Matlock'. They were bought direct from the
manufacturers in the Eaat and will be odd on
very reasonable terms.
A peculiar virtue in Ayer ' Sorsaparilla is,
that while it cleanses and purges the blood
from all corruptions and impurities, and there
by root out disease, it invigorates the whole
system, and makes one young again.
Tuetday the Postmaster General appointed
the following, postmasters in Oregon: At He
lix, J. R. Balrd; Burns. W. E. Grace; North
Canyon ville, Isadora Woolenburg; Well, F.
Cauthornj Hilton, Frank M. Hampton.
A ilver dollar cf 1872, with the name of C.
F. Croner stamped upon i , was paid rut by
mistake, and the party having it will confer a
favor by exchanging it at the Guard office or
witB C. F. Cbonkh.
At Matlock's a very fine line of ladies
shots of the celebrated H D Holbrook make
direct from the Eastern manufacturer. The,
ladies of Lane county would do well to call at
Mr Matlock's store and examine these goods.
The wheat crop is short and the bop crop is
large, but worth nothing. On this accoun
Osbum 4 Belshaw have concluded ti sell a hit
eigne, for 5 cents. Remember the savicg of 5
eent on a small article is quite an inducement
these bard times.
Many forget that the hair and scalp need
cleansing. Extensive use of Ayer 's Halt Vigor
has proven thst it Is the best cleansing agent
for the hair that it prevents and removes
dandruff, cool and soothes the scalp, and stim
ulates the hair to renewed growth.
Having old my dnut tore, I am desirous of
closing up all accounts immediately. Parties
i-. m ill confer a favor by settling at
once; Within the next thirty days I shall
torn over the remainder for the benefit of my
M William Watkinds, of Portland, has
returned from hie ting Uit to Washington.
He did not brim bark a commission, and says
it is not s easy ss some have imagined to get
commissions. He says that Mr. A. Noltner
was still there, and in trouble alut his aiM'U
tation for the postoffie. He undersbmd that
Mr. Noltner would start for home last Wednesday.
Premium List Continued.
Mrs J S Luckey, foul rest, 1st and 2d pre
mium. Mr Dr Sheltnn, tidy, liuen set, piano cover,
tidy, watch case', tidy, 1st; pillow shams, sofa
cushion, foot rest, tidy, 2d.
Mrs W B Pengra, miss' dress, 1st.
Bertha Goldsmith, nii' skirt, 2d.
Mrs A V Peters, rug, 2d.
Bertha Go'dsiuith, tidy, 1st.
Mrs Rurklaml, pillow shams, 1st
Mrs F H Bebdiaw, foot rest, 1st.
Mrs J S Luckey, rug, 1st.
MUs Addie Molley, tidy, 2d.
Miss Mattie Curne, java tidy, 2d.
Mrs F M Wilkins, silk bed quill, fire screen,
1st; chair bolster, 2.L
Mrs W Edris, patch bed quilt, 1st
Grandma (Vain, worsted bed quilt, 2L
Mrs A 8 Patterson, linen shirt. 1st
Mr G W Kinney, slipiwr case, M.
Miss Mary Ttst, ladies' knit undeiwear,
hood, 1st; slippers, 2d.
Mis Rose Itaxter, pillow shams, towels, 2d.
Mrs 8 D Fitch, Turkish rug, 1st
Mrs li B Henderson, rag rug, sheet shams,
Mrs S Nelson, applique lamhrequin, 1st
Mis A V Pttwrn, Greek embroidery, best
display; chemise, darned luce, 1st
Jlus Mae Luderwood, night dress, chemise,
Mrs 8 J Swift, linen set, 2d.
Mrs S F Orton, quilt. 2d.
Mrs I) C Wallace, chemise, 2d; drawers, 1st
Mrs G U Swift, sofa pillow, picture silk
Iiola Kdris, toilet set, 1st
Mrs Withrow, millinery, 1st
' Miss M F Harlow, picture silk emb, 2d.
Mrs W B Pengra, lady's sacque, 1st
Mrs A V Peters, hem stitching, 1st
Mrs 1 Hnnchet, table cover, 1st
Mrs Kuii"ft, table scarf, 1st
Miss Lydia Cockerline, sofa cushion, di
ploma. Miss Sophia Dunn, lily's dress, 1st.
Mi LiljUie Yorau, point lace, 1st; table
Miss fteme Howe, miss apron, 1st.
Mrs G W Martin, silk piano cover, 2d.
Mrs M Wilkins, infant s basket, 1st
Mrs li Russell, tal-lj scarf, 2d.
Mrs Isaac Vauduyn, hand-made pillow
Mrs H G Hsdley, child's closk. 1st.
Miss Etta Wilkins, lady's robe, 2d.
Miss Kmma Wilkins, infant' dress, 1st
Mrs 0 A Misrp, quilt 150 years old, 1st.
Miss E F Walton, work stand, 2d.
Kirs John Stewart, tucked skirt, 1st
Miss Nellie Ware, picture ribbon work, 2d.
Mrs. A quilt, 2L ,
Mrs F M Wilkins, toilet cushion, 2d,
Miss Emma Boml, tidy, 2d.
Julia A Scott, chair cushion, 2d.
Mrs ttkac'S, splashers, 1st
Mrs L Hanchett, chair, 2d.'
Mrs M J Smith, sofa pillow, 2d. J
Miss Esther Christian, mantel lambrequin,
Mrs A F Pierce, ruir, 1st
Mrs 11 Day, infant's dress, 2d.
Mrs A Wilkins, drawers, 2d.
Miss EI:na Lock wood, chair emb'y, 1st
Mm 8 A ltoyil, worsted bed quilt. lt
Mrs M "iKr, ottoman cover, 1st t
Mrs W Alexander, table scarf, 2d.
Mrs W H Mcl'arland, rug, display rug.,
ottoman cover, lace handkerchief, display point
lace, infant's skirt, infant's blanket, diplomas.
Mrs Withrow, sofa pillow, 1st
Mis Etta Wilkins, table scarf, 2d, -DIVISION
F M Ni?hwander was awarded special pre
mium offered by As V. Peter for best milling
W T Campbell was awarded diploma for ex
hibit of brackets, mouldings, etc.
The Public School.
From official reports it wou'd seem that
the Eugene echool district i without any
fundi on hand whatever, and that certain
portion of the community i io favor of
charging a tuition during the remainder of
the year. Such a course would prove an
injury to this place that would not toon be
recovered. The idea of the town whose ed
ucational advantages are heraldcT over the
State, virtually closing the doors of its pub.
lio school upon the poor people living therein,
would certainly be a poor adver
tisement for its people. We are
satisfied the. directors will not take
such course, as we believe them to be gen
tlemen who have the best interests of the
district and town at heart. A tax levy 'can
not be made before December 12th. Let
tho directors borrow enough money to main,
tain the school until that tiu.e, wheita meet
ing of the voters of the district can be called
am the necessary taxei voted to keep the
school running until the end of the school
The committee on Fire and Water opened
the bid for the construction of the cihtern
at the coiner of Willamette and Eleventh
street last Tuetday morning. The follow
ing were the bid'
Ed MoCornnck $12i 00
Patterson 4 Co 110 00
T,,... Vrnrk Af) 00
Win. Durant 97 50
The last named having the lowest bid,
the contract was awarded him.
Christiah Chobch. Sermon by the pastor
at 11 A. M. Sunday, Oct 11th. Subject,
"Fallacies concerning Faith." Lecture it 7:30
P. M. by Hon. J. II. D. Hsnderson. Subject,
"The Advantage of Christianity over the va.
riou Phases of Skepticism and Unbelief.'
All earnest inquirers, honest doubters, candid
skeptics, together with all Christians, are re
spectfully and cordially invited to attend.
Rum Ciimplkted. We learn that Mr. B.
Deadmond this week delivered to Mr. Jos,
Goodale, of Coburg, the 1,000,000 feet of
Ings he recently run dowu the McKenzie
river. Parties inform ns that the logs are
of exceedingly good quality.
Notice. Mr. B. II. James having retired
from bniincss and being desirous of settling
up, requests all those indebted by note or a&
count to immediately call and make a settle
ment He can be found at his office in the
Court House, resdy to receipt for all debts
Lost. At Lane's skating ring, Friday night,
Oct 2d, a cuff button, made from a silver
trade dollar of 1873; monogram on front, "U
W. F." The finder will be suitably rewarded
by leaving the same at this office.
Form Last Saturday afternoon, by Elder
Philip Mulkey, on the road between this city
ami Ids farm, a comforter. J he owner can
have the same by proving property and paying
for this notice.
Hops Bocght. Mr 8 H Friendly this
week purchased 13000 lb of 1883 hops, paying
six cents per pound for the same. The market
b a little stronger than it ha been.
Waxted. Two gcd mares, 5 years old and
weighing 12(0 lbs. each; also strong mare for
saddle. Addree E. M., Ucabd office.
Proposal for Carrying Mails.
For the benefit of our leader we publish
the following proposal for carrying V. S.
mail from July 1, 1S86, to June 30, 1890.
Bids will be received at the Department,
Washington, D C. until Jso. 2, 18SG. Fur
ther pinicul.irt insy be had at any postoffloei
From Eugene, by Siuslaw.toCartwright',
2$ mile and back, once a woek. Boud, re
quired with bid, $t!00.
From Eugene, by Crow and F.lmira, to
Chesher, 36 mile, returning by Fraukliu
aud Long Tom. to Eugene, 34 miles, twice a
week. Band, $1700.
From Eugene, by Mohawk and Isabel, to
Mhel, 22 mile and back, once a week.
From Springfield, by Camp Creek, Wal
terville, Leaburgh and McKenzie Bridge, to
Foley Springs, 6CJ mile and back, ouce a
week. Bond, (1(100.
F rom Goshen, by Pleasant Hill, to Dex
ter, 12 miles aud back, twice a week. Boud,
From Springfield, by Jasper and Tay, to
Lowell, IS mile and back, twice a week.
From Lowell to Hill, 28 miles and back,
ones a week. Bond, (700.
From Eugene to Coburg, 7J miles and
back, once a week. Bond, (200.
From Gardiner to Florence, 39 mile and
back, three time a week. Boud, $2900.
From Chesher to Desdwood, SO miles and
back, oiicp a week. Iloud, j00.
From Chesher to Walton, 12 mile and
back, twice a week. Bond, 1600.
From Cartwright't to Drain, 13 miles and
back, once a week. Boud, f-100.
From Dead wood, by Acme, to Florence,
32 miles and baok, once a week. Boud,
From HarrUburg to Pine, 6 miles and
back, twice a week. Bond, $.100.
From Corvallia, by Statesman and Mon
roe, to Juuction, three time a week. Bond,
Sad Case of Insanity.
C. F. McCormao, who gave promise of
beings really brilliant lawyer, was taken to
the.asylum tin morning by Tho. Hawk,
a tpecial deputy sheriff. For about a year
he hat shown signs of insanity, nod at time
became almost unmanageable. About a
month ago he wa taken to St Vincent' for
medical attention, but the disease grew on
him and lie became to violent that it wo
lecided to (end him to the asylum for treat
mcnt The only person who had any con.
trol over him was hi wifo, who he leem to
tjiink is all the world to him, and at the
lepnt thi morning he begged to be allowed
to see her, and finally aeut her a note before
the train left , Hi insanity is said to be
caused by financial reverse, which came
upon him two or three years ago. He i a
fine specimen of manhood, sud will probably
overcome thi disease with proper care.
Portland Standard. Charlie is known here
by many who will hear of his sad affliction
with deep sorrow. May his bright mind
soon return, i the wish of his many friend)
Smithfiild, Oct 8.
Mr. Driskill is again in the shop.
The boys are longing for rain, so they can
Mr O M Miller and David Cherry, of Eu.
gene, were in town the 6th oil ollicial busi
Mr T O Thompson, of Lake Creek, was in
our little town last night, and report thing
quiet lu his neighborhood,
We saw Hon A J Babb, of Eugene, on
the road near Chesher yesterday, otitis way
to Jieecher rock with a load of giant powder.
Mrs Dassy and son, who are visiting rela
tive at thi place, will start snmss the
mountains for their horns Dear Prineville the
12th inst. .
Our neighbor J F Kirk, of this place, is
having a hard time of i his family having
taken sick at the county fair. He is yet
stopping at the residence of a Jenkins, Jr,
in bugeue. being unable to move tnein home.
Water Supply. The University buildings
and grounds have at last a water supply which
is all that could be desired. The Regents
have had a steam Dump ulaced at the well re
cenlly dnu., snd pipes have been laid into the
buildings, and also between them, jne pump
has a capacity of 3,000 u'alions per hour, and
the well readily affords the necessary sup-
iily of water. Hose will be procured for each
ioor of the building and It can be attached In
case of fire or for other purHes; a plug hai
also bean placed in position lietwern tho build
ings. As a test water was thrown, from the
ground on top of the building through s halt
innn iiozkih. vrurniucii aiv cukukvu
constructing a brick building 20x24 feet, one
st iry high, over the ptmip. The improve
ments in this direction will cost about 81500
Law Students. The following young cen
tlemen were admitted to practice law by the
Supreme Court Thursday: E E Covert, of
Clatsop county, W T Slater of I,ane, J T Sin-
l.:.fl.. a .TTIndwIMr .if Muriim. It f!
Mfrrow oi .Multnomah, w ,lJoise oi aianon,
.1 F Baker of Union, Julius Silversten of
Multnomah, Wallace Merritt of Marion,
Gordon E. Hayes, Joxeph N. Teal, C.
1). Bowles, H. W. Niekerson of Mult
nomah, C B Wilcox of Douglas, ami H T
Williams of Union. Wo congratulate Messrs
Slater and Sinclair npf.n their examination.
Will Certainlt rEcovr.R. Mrs. Mi.
souri Church, of the Mohawk tragedy, it
now up and able to be around the house,
and her complete recovery is only the ques
tion of a few weeks. A yet he doe not
give the particular of tip terrible affray.
However, she ha said that there were only
three persons connected with the same, tnd
that Church wa sliet outside of the house.
Catholic Services. -Ker Loui Mestsyer,
of the Catholic Church, will hold services in
this city Sunday, October 18th, and thereafter
every third Sunday. We learn that our Cath
olic citizens are talking strongly f building a
church on the corner of Willamette and
Eleventh street next summer. Archbishop
Urosa, the eloquent divine, wi'lgiv lecture
here in the near future.
Notice. Mr Wm Withrow has taken th
ajeocyfor the celebrated Household sewing
mschin tnd will sell th same at reduced
nricea. All kind of sewini machine needle
kept oo hand and also a stipeaior brand of
sewing machine oil. Ktore, one door north cf
Hunt bot ane shoe tbop. -
A few immigrant coming.
Th school laws are being sent OoW
The county and city jails are empty.
The Mecbauics Fair is now in session at
Regular esrvlcss at the Episcopal Church
Th doctor report much sickness through
out ths country.
Th Stat Fail sqnared up old- bills and
ha $1100 ahead.
De Uroot ha moved bis photograph gallery
back to Corvalli.
t Ciras ha started up from the effect of th
faiu about ths 23d ult.
Mr Hsyes Mulkey I reported as being quit
ill at his horns west of Eugons.
Judge Geo Thompson, of Willamette pre
cinct 1 visiting in Crook county,
Charlie Croner' handsome grey horse got
his foot badly cut by catching it in a fence.
Chris Sear escaped from the city jail one
day thi week. A lucky escape for the town.
Mr John Weaver of Waltervill ha a span
of large work horses, which he otitis for sale
cheap. , r
Cranberriet are (1 a gallon in Portland.
A cranberry uianh would bs a bouauxa in
We invite correspondence from all section
of the county ou local matter and lubject
of interest. , ,
There is nm talk about getting up tome
race to rum off in a month or six wek at
the Lane Couuty Fair track.
The faro to the Mechanic Fair from En-
gene will be (7.U5 for round trip tickets, good
for six day from d ite ot sale.
A musical and dram at io club has been or-
irauUed in Eugene with J II McCluug as
President and Clit! Cleaver Secretary,
Mixs Lillie McKtnzie, late of San Francifco
is now prepared to give instruction in vocal
music Inquire at the residence cf Mr D M
liisdnn, this city.
Charley Woods formerly of this place, is
now runinng a butcher shop at Mitchell,
Crook county. Jim Woods has just started a
saloon in the same town.
James C Wyndhou, one of the pioneer
printer of America, died at McMinnville last
week. He was assistant foreman of the New
York Herald from 1840 to 1842.
Mr Jack W Miller of Portland and Mrs N
S Criswnld, of this city, were united in mar
riage at the former city, so madam rumor says
lost Thuisday evening. We congratulate.
The wheat crop of Oregon, Washington and
Idaho thi year aggregate to 23,000,000 bush
els; as tgalnst 17,003,000 bushel for lost year.
Who sa) s thi is not a wheat country?
Granville Poindexter, formerly of thi coun
ty, ou October 1st on Trout creek, Grant
county had a leg broken hy a horse falling on
the same. At last accounts bs was recovering.
A Rosebarg man advertises as follows:
"I want to be th next Recorder of Rote
burg. Will you vote for me?" That (ound
Alf Wyman, the actor died in Chicago
bout two week 'to from paralyal. He was
well and favorably known by a number of our
people. In hi particular line Mr Wyman
was considered a very clever, actor,
Tim day of the green apple' over,
The banana peel' joke i most doue,
The ice nun and ice cream discover
They're left ami the oyster' begun.
Notice i hereby given that from this date I
will not be responsible for any debt contracted
by my wife, Mrs. Benson Young,
Dated Eugeno City, Out 10, 1885.
Salem Oregon Videttei "In Eugene last
week, drinker of cold tea and lemonade, re
ceived awful judgment by having the shed in
which these fearful beverages were concocted,
fall upon them. Moral: Di ink something
The Indian agent at Klamath reservation
receive a (alary of $1100 a year. He has un,
der him a physician at (1000, a carpenter at
(800, a blacksmith at $800, a wagon and plow
maker'nt (800, a teacher at (000, and other
Rankin is now tsklng the finest photograph
that have ever been turned out by any artist
in Eugene. They are equal to anything we
have ever seen in San Francisco, New York
or elsewhere. They cannot be surpassed any
where. He took the premium at the county
fair no one daring to compete against him.
Extensive preparation are being made by
the North PocilloDomotio aud Fat Stock
hoW for a (plendid exhibit at Portland,
The thow will open Oct. 12 and close Oct,
22. Mr. E. J. Jell'ery it tecretary and Mr.
Van B. DeLashmutt president The tingle
price of admission will be 60 cent; teason
ticket (1 SO. Ladies aud children will be.
The Exhibit Cab. Under date of Septem
ber 28th, EW Allen in charge of the exhibit
car sent out by ths state board of Immigration
writes from Indianapolis, Indiana to say that
the people of that city ami country do not
get ecstatic over the affair, realizing, as they
do, that once the specimens are seen they ere
ate an Oregon fever difficult to dissipate. The
car is now on Its way to Louis. ille, Kentucky,
where it will be a part of the exposition, in
side the building, until October 21th, when it
will lie dismantled and returned to the Union
Pacific and rei;on Short Line people, Allen
going to New Orleans on a private venture.
Bi'RiKEHS MrmKO-Th Directors of the
Lane County Agricultural Association held a
meeting in this city last Thursday. It wa
unsnimously agreed to pay oil th premium
in full, which amount to (823. Upon audit
ing the bill it wa found that th expense of
th fair amounted to $044.78. Th total re
ceipt were (1,478.25, while the total expense
including premium reached (1407.38 leaving
s balance on hand of (10.87.
Fish Masiet. Mr J P Diichburn ha just
started a fi.h market in thi city on Ninth
Street, opposite Day ft Pratt's blacksmith
-I.-., IT :il t,un ...... ,..,l1. t,.nA all
.1 t.l l.,n miii Tk tuKi,it
i should glvs the geotiemsn a good s lpport '
A column devoted to th interests of ths
Laureao and Eutaxian Literary Societies, and
th State University.
Lura E. Mvrcii...... Editor.
- - '
Th week of vacation have com and gone,
and with thtir departure a new school yter
has been ushered In. Student from all part
of th country have come to fill attain the va
rious :eciUtion room and make th hall of
thtir societit resound with thtir (onorou le
quenoe. All the officer of both societies have
been duly sleeted and Installed. From the
ranks of the Kutaxlaus your humble servant
hot been givtn the cheerful and easy task ef
writing the progress of )ier society. As this
office was forced upon th editor and Item ar
hard to get, and when obtained it takes all ths
constructive power, aud a little mora than th
writer has, to put them together, the reading
public need not be astonished at the end of
three months to see a shattered invalid or rar
ing maniac roaming th streets In wild despair,
seeking lost health nd long forgotten happi
ness; and this column for many year the envy
of the rival society and ths pride of the fao
ulty, through the utter inability of It editor,
fast traversing the downward road to death
and destruction. If so, may the Eutaxlant
feel the proper amount ot remorse, snd profit
by their experience.
D. W. Ba i in town. II expects to re
main until Saturday.
Sarah Chrismaii, a Normal grtduate of the
class of 1883, it in town.
Tutor B. B. Beekman is In San Francisco
attending Heald' business college.
Miss Jessie McClung, of the junior class, it
out of school this term on account of III health.
The rhetorical work for the year ha com
menced. Each division hauded in their essays
Mis Emily Bristol, after a campaign of lour
years, has at last succeeded in becoming acr
geant at ann of th Eutaxian. '
The usual introductory aociable will be given
by the seniors in the auditorium next Saturday
evening. All ar invited, a a pleasant time I
The question for debate for Friday Is, "Re
solved, that Bulgarians should he released from
Turkish rule." Ths leaders ar Fannl and
Some of the Eutaxian were greatly alarmed
last week by seeing a notice on the bulletin
bourd that all must sign the matrimonial
pledge; but on more careful examination they
found it only "matriculation pledgo."
A prominent gentlumun of the senior class
I becoming noted for his artistic talent A
crayon drawing executed by him took the first
premium st the Lane county fair, aud we pre
dict for him a brilliant future.
At th lnafc 1tUti th fnlliiwtr.tr l!ntaxian
officer were elected for the present term:
President, Id Patterson; vice president, Jessie
MoClung; tecretary, Etta Moore; treasurer,
Sue Dorrit; sergeant-at arms, Emily Bristol
The member of the senior olaat are: G.W.
Dunn, W. Gore, Jennie McCIure, Ida Patter-
ton, W. llobertt and w. l. vawter. or tint
class the Legislature of Oregon last year ap
propriated thirty thousand dollar that they
might have a new building in which to gradu
ate. The President's Address.
Members op thi Ectaxiak Society :-0nos
gain a change ha come in the administrative
affairs of our society. To-day a n,ew corps ot
officer take th place of thoio just released
Thanking yeu for the honor ot being elected
president, I shall endeavor to repay your con
fidence by performing the duties of thlt office
at truly a ir.y abilities will permit
Still yon should rememW, that a a river la
mad up of counties little stream and rivu
lets, all combining and flowing together toward
the sea, to ood order must be th result of th
combined efforts, not of a few member, but
at the whole body, working together to obtain
their common good. Ho In the performance of
their duties the officers must have th cheer
ful co operation of all the member, for it I
only thus that they can successfully discharge
the obligation you have plaoed upon them.
A we look hock and note the pmgreu of th
Eutaxian Society from it commencement, we
certainly have cause to feel proud of th po
sition it ha attained. From a charter mem
bership of perhap a dozen It ho grown to
have an active membership of more than forty
Especially ha it progress been marked
during the last year; our debates hve been
more interesting sud more strongly contested
than ever before; our members have beoome
more skilled in the uteot parliamentary law;
our sessions have been better attended; snd,
by the recent action of the Board of. Regents,
our relations with ths faculty have been satis
factorily adjusted. .
Each member going out from our number to
join the busy world, has left some work, small
though It may be, a a result of her labors
here; till now we have an organization, whose
rule of action ar fixed, rich in little custom
and usagsa which w preserve a ligacy to
which we too must add our share.
We have a list of )ioniary members, whose
labor ar refleetlsg honor upon the society
they helped build up, whose me.iioryw cherish
and whose good example w strive to emulate.
Truly we Kntaxians have an organization In
whose past history and present reputation we
can feel a just pride. We hoidd regard It a
something to which we owe our best energies
and our truest effort. We should not be con
tent simply to keep it up in its present rank,
but let advancement be our watchword and
th pirit of our work.
Aud now as we beln ths new year let in 'en
deavor to to work that our society may bs
stronger for our influence, one that may be s
credit to ourselves and our noble institution.
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local Market. ,
Eio EXE, Oct. 9, 1883.
WHEAT-QXaGlo per bushel nstt
Oats 25o per bmhel.
Bam ET 40c per bushel.
Hops 6o for choice.
Bacoh hide, U'alOc; bams, lQJcj thoul
Butter 2ooY2.V) per lb.
Egos 2jc per do.
Fl.oi'R 84 r barrel. .
PoTATOE)-25i30o per bushel.
BoB.-In this city, Oct 2, 1883, to the wife
of Joel McCornack, a daughter. We congrat
ulate. I 1
Tiiiurm Tux KnTinr. A rood dinnri ci
i had at Bakers hotjl for 2J tnU. '
Mr, Chaa, Collier ha rstirtxd bosae.
Mis Maggie Whltsey Is vitltiag lu i lliaayj
Mr. Tho. Ogle la visiting Mead in this
Mr Frank Millti tad family are visiting la
Mr. Peter Runty ht returned bom to the
Dr. WhiUaksr, of Cottag Crovt, gave us a
Mr. Julius Goldsmith ha been visiting Port-
land this week.
Air. Geo. Fletcher returned to hut bom in
Mr Henry Baxter apnt several days at
Mohawk thlt week.
Mr. Clarence Winter hat gone to Prineville
to ttay a few weeks.
Nelson Swaegart, ot Eastern Oregon, wot la
Eugene lost Wednesday.
Mrs. C. W. Fitch returned home from San
Francisco last Wednesday.
Mr. W, I. Friedlander, of Rotcbnrg, paid
Eogene a visit yesterday.
Mr. O. C, Coffin, of Oneatts, Benton county
wot lu Eugene the first of the week.
Mist Nellie Ware hat gnn to Koseburg,
where she will teach music for a time.
Mr. Fred Gray, of Portland, it talking ot
establishing In Eugene a plumber' shop.
Mr Gillmor and on of Junction have re
turned from a visit to the Eastern States.
Prof. Condon has recovered and Is again at
tending to hi duties at the State University.
Mr. John Sloan and two sons left for East
ern Oregon Wednesday morning on business.
Mr. W. R. Willis, a Roseburg attorney, was
in Eiwene yesterday on professional business. (
Mesr Grant Osbum and Geo. F. Craw left
for th Foley Spring last Wsdnesdey morn
Protldent J. W. Johnon,of th University,'
went to Corvalli Thursday to visit a ister
who U quit ilclc
Mr R M Day was oonfintd to his room" -
rsl day thi week, but we are pleased to
announce that h is again up and around. ,
Mr. Dan W. Bass paid friend In this city
visit till week. H will oornroence the tudy
of law early next month in hi native town.
Mr. Cheiter F. Miller, of Dayton, paid hie
friend in Eugene a visit last week. He I
now Deputy Auditor of Columbia county.
Mr John Cooper ho returned from Los
Ancele. Cl, and ha relumed hi old posi
tion in F B Dunn' ttore took-keeper. His
health it much better than when he left
Mr W B Clark, of the Willumette Frmer,
wot in the city yetterday looking out for the
interest of hit Journal We acknowledge a-
W acknowlodce a pleasant call fmra Mr. J.
T. Gregg, general advertising agent forJ. C.
Ayer A Co., lost Saturday. Having finished
hi buinrs In Oregon, he wa on hi wy, by
private team, to California. ,
Cottage Grove Items.
' FROM OUR SrrclALCOHRKMrOXPKKT.J
Coram Grovs, Oct 7.
Mr Palm, of near Cartwright', was in
Mr B T Collins of Gothen i moving to a
rauch about four mile west of this place.
We are glad to state that the intelligent
people of Silk Creek have orgamxea a ae
The baseball club of this place snd the
Silk Creek oluh are to play a contesting
gaino here next Saturday. .
Mr Pies Tavlor sod family, of Springtteia,
passed through town Saturday on their way
to visit Mr Wath McCoy and family.
Mr Jesse Thornton and wife went to Eu
gene Saturday and returned Monday. R M
Culp acted as landlord in their abseuoe.
Mr Hickathier, of Eugene City, was to
town Monday. We understand he is tallc-
iug of trading lor the hotel oi rtir mormon.
Mr and Mrs Miller, of npper Coast DorK,
passed through here Tnetday on their way
to Siuslaw valley on a visit to friends there.'
Mr J M Medlev and wife aud two of their
ohildren wade a vltit to Mrs M's brother,
H C Huston, in Spencer preciuct, last I hurt-
day, and returned Sunday,
Covntes are numerous tn the hills wsst ot
here, it seems from the unearthly noises
they make during ths nights of late. Owners
ot theep should be on the lookout for them.
V i. t
All those kuowiuir themselves indebted to
me on account or note are hereby no(ified to
come forward and pay up at eitoe, as I in
tend closing my business and must have my
pay without delay. uivm qalomon.
tl auction, vet. o, jooo,
Died. Mr. Purkerson't little daughter,'
13 years of age, died of diphtheria at the
resideooe of her pureuts, about 10 miles
west of this city, lost Sunday evening. She
had been attending the publio school In this
city, and had only gone home the Friday
evening before. We have heard of no other
malignant cases in town or the couuty,' but
ore throats teem to be numerous.
BoRH.-ln Junction, Sept 27, 1885, to the
wife of 11 M Mulholland, a son.
Wild Cherry and Tar.
Everybody knows the virtuee of Wild'
Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for any
afToe tiont of th Throat and lJing. Com
bined with these two ingredients ere few
simple healing remedies iu the composition
of Dr. Bossnko's Cough anil Lung Syr op,
making it just the article yon should always
have in the house, for Coughs, Coldt, Croup
and Bronchitis. I'rice 50 cents and (1 00.
Samples free. Sold by Osburn ft Co, Eu
gene; W S Lee, Junction.
A Life Saving Present
Mr M E Allison, Hutchinson, Kan,: SareoV
hi life by a simple Trial Bottle of Dr King's
New Discovery for Consumption, which'
caused hint to procure a large bottle, that ,
completely curul him, when Doctors, changw
oi climate anu everyining ou mnu.
Asthma, Bronchitis, Hosrseness, Severe
Coughs, and all Throat aud Lung Diseases,
it is gnarsnteed to cure. Trial Bottles free
at E It Luckey ft Cos drug store. Large
size $1 00. .
Health Is wealth. Wealth means Indepen-
dene. The keynote Is X'r JJoeansos l-ouga
and Lung Syrup, the best Cough Syrup In the.
pi.. Ttmnrhitii and Primary Cousumctionl '
wnrli I OIVS I OtlUnS. VyOlUS, X BIOS IU wa
i Price SO cent and (L :